SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT OF ASTHMA IN THE BABY - RESPIRATORY DISEASES

Asthma in the Baby: How to Identify and Treat



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Childhood asthma is more common when a parent is asthmatic, but it can also develop when parents do not suffer from the disease. Symptoms of asthma may manifest can arise in childhood or adolescence. Symptoms of asthma in the baby may include: Feeling of shortness of breath or wheezing, more than once a month; Cough caused by laughter, intense crying or physical exercise; Coughing even when the baby does not have the flu or a cold